Outline of Ezekiel

Outline of Ezekiel

 

Introduction

The time and place of Ezekiel’s first vision (Ezek 1:1-1:3)

The great cloud (Ezek 1:4-1:4)

The four living creatures (Ezek 1:5-1:7)

The wings of the four living creatures (Ezek 1:8-1:9)

The faces of the four living creatures (Ezek 1:10-1:11)

The activity of the living creatures (Ezek 1:12-1:14)

A description of the four wheels (Ezek 1:15-1:18)

The connection of the four wheels to the living creatures (Ezek 1:19-1:21)

The dome overhead (Ezek 1:22-1:23)

The sounds from above (Ezek 1:24-1:25)

The throne with a human form (Ezek 1:26-1:27)

The splendor of Yahweh (Ezek 1:28-1:28)

 

Ezekiel is the son of man (Ezek 2:1-2:3)

Do not be afraid of the rebellious people (Ezek 2:4-2:7)

The written scroll (Ezek 2:8-2:10)

 

Ezekiel eats the written scroll (Ezek 3:1-3:3)

Go to the hard headed house of Israel (Ezek 3:4-3:9)

Go to the exiles (Ezek 3:10-3:11)

The rumbling sound (Ezek 3:12-3:13)

The Spirit and the people at the River Chebar (Ezek 3:14-3:15)

The sentinel or the watchman (Ezek 3:16-3:17)

The wicked ones (Ezek 3:18-3:19)

The righteous ones (Ezek 3:20-3:21)

 1. Before the siege of Jerusalem

The hand of Yahweh (Ezek 3:22-3:23)

The Spirit of Yahweh and speechless Ezekiel (Ezek 3:24-3:27)

 

Ezekiel builds a model of Jerusalem unde siege (Ezek 4:1-4:3)

Ezekiel lies on his left side for Israel (Ezek 4:4-4:5)

Ezekiel lies on his right side for Judah (Ezek 4:6-4:8)

Ezekiel’s bread (Ezek 4:9-4:10)

Food and drink (Ezek 4:11-4:13)

The dialog about defilement (Ezek 4:14-4:15)

The lack of food and drink in Jerusalem (Ezek 4:16-4:17)

 

The shaving of Ezekiel’s hair (Ezek 5:1-5:1)

The division of Ezekiel’s hair into thirds (Ezek 5:2-5:4)

The rebellious ones in Jerusalem (Ezek 5:5-5:6)

The great judgment of Yahweh (Ezek 5:7-5:9)

Cannibalism (Ezek 5:10-5:10)

The three separate disasters for the people of Jerusalem (Ezek 5:11-5:12)

The anger and fury of Yahweh on Jerusalem (Ezek 5:13-5:15)

The famine in Jerusalem (Ezek 5:16-5:17)

 

Against the Israelite mountain high places (Ezek 6:1-6:3)

Against the altars in the high places (Ezek 6:4-6:7)

Some will remain (Ezek 6:8-6:10)

The three kinds of deadly punishment (Ezek 6:11-6:12)

Death at the idol worship sites (Ezek 6:13-6:14)

 

The end of the land of Israel is near (Ezek 7:1-7:4)

The end has come (Ezek 7:5-7:7)

No pity (Ezek 7:8-7:9)

The end of preeminence (Ezek 7:10-7:11)

The end for buyers and sellers (Ezek 7:12-7:13)

The coming battles in Israel (Ezek 7:14-7:15)

The survivors (Ezek 7:16-7:18)

Useless silver and gold (Ezek 7:19-7:19)

Abominable images (Ezek 7:20-7:21)

The outside occupation of the land (Ezek 7:22-7:24)

The distress of everybody (Ezek 7:25-7:27)

 

The time and place of Ezekiel’s vision (Ezek 8:1-8:1)

The vision of the glory of God (Ezek 8:2-8:4)

The abominations at the north altar gate (Ezek 8:5-8:6)

The hole in the wall (Ezek 8:7-8:9)

The idol worship service of the seventy Jerusalem elders (Ezek 8:10-8:11)

The warning from Yahweh (Ezek 8:12-8:13)

Weeping for the god Tammuz (Ezek 8:14-8:15)

The sun worship idolatry in the Temple (Ezek 8:16-8:16)

The warnings against these abominations (Ezek 8:17-8:18)

 

The executors from the north (Ezek 9:1-9:2)

The man with the writing case at his side (Ezek 9:2-9:4)

The new Passover slaughter (Ezek 9:5-9:7)

The explanation of Yahweh about this killing (Ezek 9:8-9:10)

The deed is done (Ezek 9:11-9:11)

 

The sapphire throne and burning coals (Ezek 10:1-10:2)

The cherubim in the Temple (Ezek 10:3-10:5)

The man clothed in linen and the fire (Ezek 10:6-10:8)

The four wheels (Ezek 10:9-10:13)

The cherubim and the living creatures of the River Chebar (Ezek 10:14-10:15)

The movement of the cherubim (Ezek 10:16-10:17)

The glory of Yahweh exits his house (Ezek 10:18-10:19)

The living creatures were cherubim (Ezek 10:20-10:22)

 

The trip to the east gate (Ezek 11:1-11:1)

The Spirit speaks (Ezek 11:2-11:4)

Ezekiel was to speak out against killing (Ezek 11:5-11:6)

Yahweh will send the sword (Ezek 11:7-11:8)

Capture (Ezek 11:9-11:9)

The judgment at the border (Ezek 11:10-11:12)

The cry of Ezekiel at the death of Pelatiah (Ezek 11:13-11:13)

They have strayed from Yahweh (Ezek 11:14-11:15)

The future return to Israel (Ezek 11:16-11:17)

One heart and a new spirit (Ezek 11:18-11:21)

The glory of Yahweh leaves Jerusalem (Ezek 11:22-11:23)

The end of the vision in Babylon (Ezek 11:24-11:25)

 

Go into exile (Ezek 12:1-12:3)

Go into exile with your baggage (Ezek 12:4-12:6)

Ezekiel leaves Jerusalem (Ezek 12:7-12:7)

Ezekiel’s actions were a sign of captivity (Ezek 12:8-12:11)

Exile to Babylon (Ezek 12:12-12:13)

Yahweh will scatter the exiles (Ezek 12:14-12:16)

Eat and drink with trembling (Ezek 12:17-12:20)

The end of a proverb (Ezek 12:21-12:23)

The visions will happen (Ezek 12:23-12:25)

No delays (Ezek 12:26-12:28)

 

Prophesy against false prophets (Ezek 13:1-13:2)

The wicked senseless prophets (Ezek 13:3-13:4)

The false visions (Ezek 13:5-13:7)

Yahweh is against the false prophets (Ezek 13:8-13:9)

The whitewashed wall (Ezek 13:10-13:12)

Yahweh will destroy the wall (Ezek 13:13-13:14)

The false prophets of peace (Ezek 13:15-13:16)

The false female prophets (Ezek 13:17-13:17)

Description of the false female prophetesses (Ezek 13:18-13:19)

Yahweh against the prophetess’s activities (Ezek 13:20-13:21)

The end of the false prophetesses (Ezek 13:22-13:23)

 

Certain elders of Israel come to Ezekiel (Ezek 14:1-14:3)

Yahweh speaks about idols (Ezek 14:4-14:5)

Repent and turn away from idols (Ezek 14:6-14:6)

Do not take the idols to heart! (Ezek 14:7-14:8)

The deceived prophet (Ezek 14:9-14:11)

A land sins (Ezek 14:12-14:13)

The three great men (Ezek 14:14-14:16)

A sword upon the land (Ezek 14:17-14:18)

Pestilence (Ezek 14:19-14:20)

The four scourges (Ezek 14:21-14:21)

The survivors (Ezek 14:22-14:23)

 

The wood of the vine (Ezek 15:1-15:3)

Wood as fuel for the fire (Ezek 15:4-15:5)

The explanation of the allegory of the vine (Ezek 15:6-15:8)

 

The symbolic history of Jerusalem (Ezek 16:1-16:3)

The difficult day of your birth (Ezek 16:4-16:5)

Yahweh was compassionate (Ezek 16:6-16:7)

The covenant with Yahweh (Ezek 16:8-16:8)

Taking care of Jerusalem (Ezek 16:9-16:10)

Gifts of jewelry (Ezek 16:11-16:13)

Jerusalem’s renowned beauty (Ezek 16:13-16:14)

Jerusalem played the whore (Ezek 16:15-16:17)

Using Yahweh’s gifts to worship other gods (Ezek 16:17-16:19)

The sacrificed children (Ezek 16:20-16:22)

Jerusalem as a street prostitute (Ezek 16:23-16:25)

Prostitution with the Egyptians (Ezek 16:26-16:26)

The Philistines were ashamed (Ezek 16:27-16:27)

Prostitution with the Assyrians (Ezek 16:28-16:28)

Prostitution with the Chaldeans (Ezek 16:29-16:29)

The free prostitute (Ezek 16:30-16:31)

The paying adulterous wife (Ezek 16:32-16:34)

All the lovers in one place (Ezek 16:35-16:37)

Yahweh’s judgment of Jerusalem (Ezek 16:38-16:39)

The physical punishment of Jerusalem (Ezek 16:40-16:42)

Jerusalem did not remember (Ezek 16:43-16:43)

You are your mother’s daughter (Ezek 16:44-16:45)

Jerusalem’s sisters (Ezek 16:46-16:47)

Your sister Sodom (Ezek 16:48-16:50)

Jerusalem is worse than her sister Samaria (Ezek 16:51-16:52)

The restoration of the sisters (Ezek 16:53-16:55)

Jerusalem as an object of reproach (Ezek 16:56-16:58)

The eternal covenant (Ezek 16:59-16:60)

Remember the covenant (Ezek 16:61-16:63)

 

The allegory of the eagle (Ezek 17:1-17:3)

The broken twig (Ezek 17:4-17:4)

The planting of the seed (Ezek 17:5-17:6)

Another eagle and the vine (Ezek 17:7-17:8)

Yahweh poses questions about the withering vine (Ezek 17:9-17:10)

Yahweh explains the allegory (Ezek 17:11-17:14)

The second eagle was Egypt (Ezek 17:15-17:16)

The useless Pharaoh cannot help (Ezek 17:17-17:18)

The king of Judah broke Yahweh’s oath (Ezek 17:19-17:21)

Yahweh will plant the sprig (Ezek 17:22-17:22)

The planted sprig in Israel (Ezek 17:23-17:23)

The Lord of the trees (Ezek 17:24-17:24)

 

The bad proverb (Ezek 18:1-18:4)

The righteous man (Ezek 18:5-18:9)

The unrighteous son (Ezek 18:10-18:13)

The good son of the unrighteous man (Ezek 18:14-18:17)

The death of the unrighteous father (Ezek 18:18-18:18)

The son is not responsible for his father’s sins (Ezek 18:19-18:20)

The conversion of the wicked ones (Ezek 18:21-18:23)

The righteous become wicked (Ezek 18:24-18:24)

The fair way (Ezek 18:25-18:25)

The righteous turn away (Ezek 18:26-18:26)

The wicked turn away from evil ways (Ezek 18:27-18:28)

Is Yahweh fair or unfair? (Ezek 18:29-18:29)

The judgment of Yahweh (Ezek 18:30-18:30)

Repent (Ezek 18:30-18:32)

 

The allegory of the young lion (Ezek 19:1-19:4)

 The second young lion (Ezek 19:5-19:6)

The second young lion was captured (Ezek 19:7-19:9)

The fruitful vine (Ezek 19:10-19:11)

The transplanted vine (Ezek 19:12-19:14)

 

The elders visit Ezekiel (Ezek 20:1-20:1)

Yahweh will not consult with the elders (Ezek 20:2-20:3)

Ezekiel is to judge the elders (Ezek 20:4-20:5)

The promise of the glorious land (Ezek 20:6-20:7)

The rebellion (Ezek 20:8-20:8)

Yahweh’s reaction (Ezek 20:8-20:10)

The statutes and Sabbath (Ezek 20:11-20:12)

They still rebelled (Ezek 20:13-20:13)

For the sake of his name (Ezek 20:13-20:14)

No promise land (Ezek 20:15-20:16)

Yahweh has pity (Ezek 20:17-20:17)

The warning in the wilderness (Ezek 20:18-20:18)

Yahweh is your God (Ezek 20:19-20:20)

The rebellion (Ezek 20:21-20:21)

The reaction of Yahweh to the rebellious children (Ezek 20:21-20:24)

The false statutes (Ezek 20:25-20:26)

The wicked ancestors (Ezek 20:27-20:27)

The idol sacrifices in high places (Ezek 20:28-20:29)

The defilement of the people (Ezek 20:30-20:31)

The worship of wood and stone (Ezek 20:32-20:32)

Yahweh will be king (Ezek 20:33-20:33)

The gathering (Ezek 20:34-20:35)

The purge (Ezek 20:36-20:38)

The house of Israel idol worshippers (Ezek 20:39-20:39)

The holy mountain (Ezek 20:40-20:40)

The gathering around holiness (Ezek 20:41-20:42)

Remember your evil ways (Ezek 20:43-20:44)

Oracle about the fire against the south (Ezek 20:45-20:48)

Allegories (Ezek 20:49-20:49)

 

Oracle against Jerusalem (Ezek 21:1-21:2)

The drawn sword (Ezek 21:3-21:5)

Moaning (Ezek 21:6-21:7)

The chant of the sharpened sword (Ezek 21:8-21:11)

The mourning (Ezek 21:12-21:13)

The killing sword (Ezek 21:14-21:14)

The glittering sword (Ezek 21:15-21:17)

The marker at the fork in the road (Ezek 21:18-21:20)

The king of Babylon chooses the way to go (Ezek 21:21-21:23)

Open guilt (Ezek 21:24-21:24)

Take off the crown (Ezek 21:25-21:27)

The sword towards the Ammonites (Ezek 21:28-21:28)

The final punishment (Ezek 21:29-21:32)

 

The judgment of the city (Ezek 22:1-22:2)

The punishment for the city (Ezek 22:3-22:5)

The bad people in Jerusalem (Ezek 22:6-25:9)

The wicked uncleanness in Jerusalem (Ezek 22:10-22:12)

Yahweh strikes his hands together (Ezek 22:13-22:13)

The scattering (Ezek 22:14-22:16)

They have become worthless dross metals (Ezek 22:17-22:18)

The melting in the furnace of Jerusalem (Ezek 22:19-22:22)

The unclean land (Ezek 22:23-22:24)

The wicked princes (Ezek 22:25-22:25)

The wicked priests (Ezek 22:26-22:26)

The wicked officials (Ezek 22:27-22:27)

The false wicked prophets (Ezek 22:28-22:28)

The wicked people of the land (Ezek 22:29-22:30)

The wrath of Yahweh (Ezek 22:31-22:31)

 

The two daughters (Ezek 23:1-23:3)

Oholah (Samaria) and Oholibah (Jerusalem) (Ezek 23:4-23:4)

Oholah and the Assyrian lovers (Ezek 23:5-23:7)

The Assyrian conquerors (Ezek 23:8-23:10)

Oholibah was worse than her sister (Ezek 23:11-23:11)

Oholibah lusts after the Assyrian men also (Ezek 23:12-23:13)

The lure of the colorful Chaldeans (Ezek 23:14-23:15)

The lust after the Babylonians (Ezek 23:16-23:17)

Yahweh turns from Oholibah (Ezek 23:18-23:18)

The longing for the youth wasted in Egypt (Ezek 23:19-23:21)

The warning against Oholibah (Ezek 23:22-23:22)

The attackers of Jerusalem (Ezek 23:23-23:24)

The attack of the angry lovers (Ezek 23:25-23:26)

The end of Jerusalem’s lewdness in Egypt (Ezek 23:27-23:28)

The naked Jerusalem (Ezek 23:29-23:30)

Your sister’s cup (Ezek 23:31-23:34)

Jerusalem must suffer the consequences (Ezek 23:35-23:35)

Ezekiel will judge the sisters (Ezek 23:36-23:36)

The adultery of the two sisters with their idols (Ezek 23:37-23:39)

The recent bad activities of Jerusalem (Ezek 23:40-23:42)

The judgment of adultery (Ezek 23:43-23:45)

The assembly stoning and death (Ezek 23:46-23:49)

 

The exact day of the Babylonian siege (Ezek 24:1-24:2)

The allegory of the boiling pot of meat (Ezek 24:3-24:5)

The rusted pot (Ezek 24:6-24:6)

The open bloodshed (Ezek 24:7-24:8)

The boiling rusted pot (Ezek 24:9-24:11)

The filthy rust remained (Ezek 24:12-24:13)

Yahweh will do what he says (Ezek 24:14-24:14)

Yahweh tells Ezekiel how to act after his wife’s death (Ezek 24:15-24:17)

What is the meaning of Ezekiel’s reaction? (Ezek 24:18-24:19)

The fall of the sanctuary and death (Ezek 24:20-24:21)

The sign of Ezekiel (Ezek 24:22-24:24)

The future sign of Ezekiel (Ezek 24:25-24:27)

 

 2. Oracles against the nations

Against the Ammonites (Ezek 25:1-25:2)

The captivity of the Ammonites (Ezek 25:3-25:4)

Rabbah (Ezek 25:5-25:5)

The destruction of the Ammonites (Ezek 25:6-25:7)

Against Moab (Ezek 25:8-25:8)

The punishment of Moab (Ezek 25:9-25:11)

Against Edom (Ezek 25:12-25:12)

The punishment of Edom (Ezek 25:13-25:14)

Against the Philistines (Ezek 25:15-25:15)

The punishment of the Philistines (Ezek 25:16-25:17)

 

Against Tyre (Ezek 26:1-26:2)

The destruction of Tyre (Ezek 26:3-26:5)

The destruction of towns around Tyre (Ezek 26:5-26:6)

The attack of King Nebuchadnezzar (Ezek 26:7-26:7)

The attack on the city and the neighboring towns (Ezek 26:8-26:9)

The powerful Babylonian horses (Ezek 26:10-26:11)

The plunder of the city of Tyre (Ezek 26:12-26:14)

The demise of Tyre (Ezek 26:15-26:15)

The princes of the sea (Ezek 26:16-26:16)

A lamentation for Tyre (Ezek 26:17-26:18)

The end of Tyre (Ezek 26:19-26:21)

 

Lamentation for Tyre (Ezek 27:1-27:3)

Beautiful Tyre (Ezek 27:3-27:4)

The wood used for the ships at Tyre (Ezek 27:5-27:6)

Egyptian linen (Ezek 27:7-27:7)

The workers on the ships (Ezek 27:8-27:9)

The mercenary army at Tyre (Ezek 27:10-27:11)

Tarshish (Ezek 27:12-27:12)

Trading humans (Ezek 27:13-27:13)

Horse trading (Ezek 27:14-27:14)

The island of Rhodes (Ezek 27:15-27:15)

Edom (Ezek 27:16-27:16)

Judah (Ezek 27:17-27:17)

Damascus (Ezek 27:18-27:18)

Uzal (Ezek 27:19-27:19)

Dedan (Ezek 27:20-27:20)

Arabia (Ezek 27:21-27:21)

Sheba (Ezek 27:22-27:22)

Other eastern trading partners (Ezek 27:23-27:24)

The ships of Tarshish (Ezek 27:25-27:25)

The sinking of everything (Ezek 27:26-27:27)

Everyone was watching (Ezek 27:28-27:29)

The mourning lamentation for Tyre (Ezek 27:30-27:32)

The coastland towns are upset (Ezek 27:33-27:36)

 

The prince of Tyre pretends to be god (Ezek 28:1-28:2)

The proud prince of Tyre as a wise trader (Ezek 28:3-28:5)

The death of the prince of Tyre (Ezek 28:6-28:8)

The pretend god of Tyre will die (Ezek 28:9-28:10)

A lamentation for the king of Tyre (Ezek 28:11-28:12)

The precious stones in the Garden of Eden (Ezek 28:13-28:13)

The dismissal from the mountain of God (Ezek 28:14-28:16)

Exposed iniquities of the king of Tyre (Ezek 28:17-28:19)

Against Sidon (Ezek 28:20-28:23)

All the neighbors of Israel (Ezek 28:24-28:24)

The gathering of the house of Israel (Ezek 28:25-28:25)

The safe reinstatement in Israel (Ezek 28:26-28:26)

 

Against Egypt (Ezek 29:1-29:2)

The dragon in the Nile River (Ezek 29:3-29:4)

The sea dragon in the wilderness (Ezek 29:5-29:7)

The desolation of Egypt (Ezek 29:8-29:10)

Forty years of problems for Egypt (Ezek 29:11-29:12)

The restoration of a smaller Egypt (Ezek 29:13-29:16)

King Nebuchadnezzar and Tyre (Ezek 29:17-29:18)

King Nebuchadnezzar will get the spoils of Egypt (Ezek 29:19-29:20)

The restoration of Israel (Ezek 29:21-29:21)

 

The day of Yahweh is coming (Ezek 30:1-30:3)

The other countries (Ezek 30:4-30:5)

The fall of Egypt and her allies (Ezek 30:6-30:6)

The fire in Egypt (Ezek 30:7-30:8)

The Ethiopians (Ezek 30:9-30:9)

 

The king of Babylon will attack Egypt (Ezek 30:10-30:12)

The destruction of the various Egyptian city idols (Ezek 30:13-30:16)

The captive cities of Egypt (Ezek 30:17-30:19)

The broken arm of the Pharaoh (Ezek 30:20-30:21)

Both arms of Pharaoh broken (Ezek 30:22-29:22)

The king of Babylon will scatter the Egyptians (Ezek 30:23-30:26)

 

How great was the Pharaoh (Ezek 31:1-31:2)

The mythical tall cedar in Lebanon (Ezek 31:3-31:5)

The wonder and splendor of this great cedar (Ezek 31:6-31:7)

A comparison to the trees in the Garden of Eden (Ezek 31:8-31:9)

The fall of the tall cedar tree (Ezek 31:10-31:12)

The death of the cedar tree (Ezek 31:13-31:14)

The cedar tree goes down into Sheol (Ezek 31:15-31:15)

All the others go into the pit (Ezek 31:16-31:17)

The explanation of the allegory of the cedar tree (Ezek 31:18-31:18)

 

Lamentation over the Pharaoh of Egypt (Ezek 32:1-32:2)

The cruel capture and death of the Pharaoh (Ezek 32:3-32:6)

The darkening of the skies (Ezek 32:7-32:8)

The fear of captivity (Ezek 32:9-32:10)

The sword of the king of Babylon (Ezek 32:11-32:12)

No more livestock (Ezek 32:13-32:14)

The desolation of Egypt (Ezek 32:15-32:15)

The women chant this lamentation (Ezek 32:16-32:16)

Wail over those who went down into the pit (Ezek 32:17-32:18)

Lie with the uncircumcised in Sheol (Ezek 32:19-32:21)

Assyria in the pit (Ezek 32:22-32:23)

Elam in the pit (Ezek 32:24-32:25)

Meshech and Tubal in the grave (Ezek 32:26-32:26)

Many people in the pit (Ezek 32:27-32:28)

Edom in the pit (Ezek 32:29-32:29)

Sidon in the pit (Ezek 32:30-32:30)

Pharaoh in the pit (Ezek 32:31-32:32)

 

3. During and after the siege of Jerusalem

The need for a sentinel (Ezek 33:1-33:2)

The sentinel sounds the trumpet (Ezek 33:3-33:3)

The response to the trumpet blast (Ezek 33:4-33:5)

The sentinel who fails to sound the trumpet (Ezek 33:6-33:6)

Ezekiel is the sentinel (Ezek 33:7-33:7)

Warn the wicked (Ezek 33:8-33:9)

The transgressions of the house of Israel (Ezek 33:10-33:10)

Turn away from evil ways (Ezek 33:11-33:11)

The righteous ones (Ezek 33:12-33:13)

The conversion of the wicked ones (Ezek 33:14-33:16)

The just way of Yahweh (Ezek 33:17-33:17)

The judgment of the righteous and the wicked (Ezek 33:18-33:20)

Jerusalem has fallen (Ezek 33:21-33:21)

The mouth of Ezekiel (Ezek 33:22-33:22)

The land of Abraham (Ezek 33:23-33:24)

The response of Yahweh (Ezek 33:25-33:26)

Israel will become a land of desolation (Ezek 33:27-33:29)

Ezekiel will be a new leader for Yahweh (Ezek 33:30-33:30)

Ezekiel will be recognized as a prophet (Ezek 33:31-33:33)

 

Against the shepherds of Israel (Ezek 34:1-34:2)

These shepherds do not take care of their sheep (Ezek 34:3-34:4)

The scattered sheep (Ezek 34:5-34:6)

The distressed sheep (Ezek 34:7-34:8)

Yahweh will rescue the sheep (Ezek 34:9-34:10)

Yahweh will search for his scattered sheep (Ezek 34:11-34:12)

Yahweh returns them to the good pastures of Israel (Ezek 34:13-34:15)

Yahweh will be the good shepherd (Ezek 34:16-34:16)

Yahweh will judge the sheep (Ezek 34:17-34:17)

Some sheep were ruining their food and drink (Ezek 34:18-34:19)

Yahweh judges between the fat and the lean sheep (Ezek 34:20-34:20)

Yahweh saves his flock (Ezek 34:21-34:22)

The new shepherd King David (Ezek 34:23-34:24)

A covenant of peace (Ezek 34:25-34:25)

The wonderful blessed land (Ezek 34:26-34:27)

The safe and secure life (Ezek 34:28-34:29)

Yahweh and his people (Ezek 34:30-34:30)

Yahweh and his sheep (Ezek 34:31-34:31)

 

Against Mount Seir (Ezek 35:1-35:2)

Mount Seir will be ruined (Ezek 35:3-35:4)

Bloodshed will come to Mount Seir (Ezek 35:5-35:6)

The desolation of Mount Seir (Ezek 35:7-35:9)

Edom takes over Judah and Israel (Ezek 35:10-35:10)

Yahweh was going to deal with Edom (Ezek 35:11-35:13)

The desolate desert of Edom (Ezek 35:14-35:15)

 

The mountains of Israel (Ezek 36:1-36:1)

The desolate mountains of Israel (Ezek 36:2-36:3)

All of Israel should listen (Ezek 36:4-36:4)

The jealous God (Ezek 36:5-36:7)

The people of Israel would return home (Ezek 36:8-36:8)

The restoration in Israel (Ezek 36:9-36:12)

Israel will no longer be a disgrace (Ezek 36:13-36:15)

The reasons for the scattered Israelites (Ezek 36:16-36:19)

The profaning of the holy name of Yahweh (Ezek 36:20-36:21)

The protection of the holy name of Yahweh (Ezek 36:22-36:23)

The gathering of the cleansed Israel (Ezek 36:24-36:25)

The new heart and a new spirit (Ezek 36:26-36:27)

You shall be my people (Ezek 36:28-36:28)

Abundance with no more famines (Ezek 36:29-36:30)

Israel should remember its evil past (Ezek 36:31-36:32)

The new towns (Ezek 36:33-36:33)

The new fertile land (Ezek 36:34-36:36)

The new increasing flocks in Israel (Ezek 36:37-36:38)

 

The valley of the dry bones (Ezek 37:1-37:2)

Prophesy of the dry bones (Ezek 37:3-37:4)

The living spirit and the dry bones (Ezek 37:5-37:6)

The bones move around (Ezek 37:7-37:7)

The skin and flesh of the bones (Ezek 37:8-37:8)

The ruah spirit comes to the bones (Ezek 37:9-37:10)

The dry bones were the house of Israel (Ezek 37:11-37:11)

The opening of the graves (Ezek 37:12-37:14)

The two sticks (Ezek 37:15-37:17)

The explanation of the two sticks (Ezek 37:18-37:19)

The gathering into one nation (Ezek 37:20-37:22)

No more idol worship (Ezek 37:23-37:23)

One Davidic king (Ezek 37:24-37:25)

The eternal covenant of peace (Ezek 37:26-37:28)

 

Against Gog (Ezek 38:1-38:2)

Yahweh was going to destroy Gog and his army (Ezek 38:3-38:4)

The allies of Gog (Ezek 38:5-38:6)

Get ready (Ezek 38:7-38:7)

Gog and his allies will advance on the unsuspecting land (Ezek 38:8-38:9)

The evil scheme of Gog (Ezek 38:10-38:10)

Gog’s plan of attack (Ezek 38:11-38:12)

 

 

 4. The Torah of Ezekiel


 

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